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CLING Women Facilitators: The Lifeblood of Community Education in Freedom Park

Women are at the centre of Community Literacy and Numeracy Group (CLING) activities in Freedom Park. In this article, I will attempt to show the important role they play as facilitators in community education programs in Freedom Park. This offers a window into understanding the agency of women facilitators in addressing the numerous challenges in Freedom Park through CLING.

The article begins by providing a brief history of Freedom Park and its harsh socio economic conditions. This will enable a better understanding of the role CLING women facilitators are playing and the importance of their efforts to improve literacy and numeracy skills in Freedom Park.

CLING women facilitators The lifeblood of community education in Freedom Park pages 12 13219.68 KB

OrganisationCommunity Literacy and Numeracy Group

AuthorThamsanqa Hamilton Hukwe

TopicBuilding Community Education Programmes

RegionSouthern Africa

SectorCivil society organisation / NGO

TypeResearch paperResearch brief

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